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than two months, the u.s. involvement will come to an end. it's the long of the war in u.s. history. president obama said the iraq war itself will be history. >> today, i can say that our troops in iraq will definitely be home for the holidays. >> reporter: the u.s. combat motion in iraq ended in 2010, but 40,000 troops remain to support and train iraq's military and man taping a smaller u.s. force, america's final pullout fed up. >> the rest of our troops in iraq will come home by the end of the year and after nearly 9 years, america's war in iraq will be over. >> reporter: in 2008, iraq agreed to let u.s. troops remain giving u.s. forces immunity from any illegal prosecution. and as that deal is set to expire, u.s. officials refuse to stay without the immunity guarantee. the war began in 2003 and the bush administration claim's weapons of mass destruction proved false in the middle of a sectarian civil war with insurgents attacking u.s. forces. for several weeks now, demonstrators from the occupy d.c. movement have been camped out here in mcpherson square in washington and present
>>> bank of america was in the headlines after it announced lit start charging customers who use a debit card. fees and perks, banks offer. >>> red skins take on one to have worst teams in the nfl the rams and almost have a late game collapse. dave ross will join us, monday morning quarterback. fox 5 morning news continues now. >>> all right washington monument right now, sharing the spotlight once again here is a live look at the top, weather permitting, engineers will be back out continuing to check for damage. >>> glad you are with us i am steve chenevey. >> i am alison seymour. it is funny how kingly we forget cold weather. >>> what we can expect the rest of the day. >> it will be a cool day. cool temperatures again today and some rain showers out there. look at hd radar. you can see rain off to our west and rainfall east near annapolis and savena park. >>> here is a look at big picture satellite radar shows you we have plenty of cloud cover mostly cloudy skies again today an area of low pressure off to the nothing further and that is helping the north and that is helping kee
members of the victims overcome with emotion. >> it seems there were instructions to use excessive force against protesters. i have never seen armored vehicles speeding to run over protesters as if they were competing for a prize. >> reporter: some political figures in egypt are concerned the fighting might set back the fragile transition from the mubarak regime to civilian rule. >> the situation is critical and there are threats of civil war. we hope we won't reach that point. >> reporter: but there was more violence today egyptians once again the target. the white house released a statement saying, "the united states continues to believe the rights of minorities including coptics must be respected and that all people have the universal right to peaceful protest and religious freedom. even these tragic events should not stand in the way of timely elections and continued transition to democracy that is peaceful, just and inclusive." former u.n. ambassador john bolton says the administration's concerns are missing the point arguing coptic christi
at the quarterback position and we expect him to lead us to a win. >> we feel confident with him out there. we've seen them pick us apart in practice so we feel like he knows what to do, he knows how to execute it. but game speed is a little different. things move faster and there is no repeats. so hopefully he'll go out there and feel confident and he'll get us a win. we need one. >> yeah, they do. the redskins are 3-2 after losing to philadelphia last week. and the thing about what d'angelo said is that is the one thing that is different, the game speed is faster. you can't simulate that in practice. but i will make one prediction. he will not throw four interceptions. >> are you sure about that? >> i'm saying right now, he will not. he will know throw four interceptions. >> we're going to write that down. >> they all seem to be taking it in stride. >> all right, thanks. >>> well still to come, repair bills mounting at the national cathedral and the mayor said the city doesn't have the cash to step in and help. but he has a plan. find out who he wants to help hand over millions. bob? >>> it'
turn overs there we thought it was time to make a change and give john the opportunity to show us what he could do. >> it was good to play but to be honest i have that sick feeling after a loss. when i went in my initial mind set was a couple scores for me i feel like i played the whole game and in the end we didn't win. >>> i thought rex gross man earned the job out of camp i think they gave rex the opportunity to be the starting quarterback for long term they well have the right to say now let's make a change that is what we will find out this week. >> alison i am curious to hear your critique of john beck's post game attire. >> john beck? >> even rex. >> i have been hard on him. >> yes. >> rexy you got your sexy back. >> not with the game but the shirt >> i liked it very much. >> did you like the trucker hat >> i didn't understand the look but he is making a definite statement not sure what he is saying but i like the fact he is making the statement. >> i think he did look good. >> here is what i think i thought we would run the ball more,. >> oh, tony your serious sports talk. >>
is used to produce many things -- makeup, biodiesel fuel for cars, and, yes, even some of our favorite snacks. in fact, the world wildlife fund says 50% of the packaged foods found in grocery stores are made with palm oil. >> the way they make -- harvest palm oil is, they cut down an area of rainforest -- they actually burn it -- and then they use that area to plant a palm-tree farm where they use the fruit of the palm tree to make the oil. >> to understand this issue, you need to understand some definitions. sustainable palm oil comes from farmers who are helping to protect the rainforests. non-sustainable palm oil comes from farmers who are hurting the ecosystem. >> they're destroying orangutan habitats and habitats of all the animals in the indonesian rainforest. >> jordan started researching non-sustainable palm oil as a sixth-grade current-events project. he realized he wanted to do something about it, so he recruited his classmates. >> i helped, like, spread the word. >> i did some online, like, posters and banners. >> i was getting petitions signed by people. >> i wrote the peti
, with confidential sources working with the u.s. government. >> the complaint alleges this conspiracy was conceived and was sponsored from iran constitute a flake rapt use of international and u.s. law. >> reporter: reading from the pages of a hollywood script, the impact would have been real and many lives would have been lost. >> al-zabar was arrested on september 29th at jfk airport, new york city, and while the indictment was clear today saying the assassination was rooted in the differences between the irany and saudi government, the attorney general today, though, stopped short of saying that this plot had the direct blessing of the top iranian government officials itself, though. he did sate u.s. will take unspecified action against iran, and late this afternoon, the state department did begin imposing sangs on four individuals involved in financing parts of this plot. >> tom, at this point, have we had any response yet from iran? >> reporter: predictably, shawn, the iranian government dismissed it calling it a child story saying there was no credibility whatsoever. the u.s. was quick in tan
it for us this morning, stay tuned for >> chris: i'm chris wallace. all u.s. troops will be out of iraq by year's yend libya's moammar qaddafi is killed. dramatic changes in the middle east landscape offer both opportunity and challenge for u.s. foreign policy. we'll talk with secretary of state hillary clinton and republican senator lindsey graham. then, a new phase in the 2012 republican presidential race. the candidates get down to reall campaigning. we continue our series of interviews with crum -- crum crumb michelle bachmann. and how the gop nomination shapes up. all right now on "fox news sunday". and hello, again, from fox news in washington. on friday, president obama announced he will keep a campaign promise and bringg all u.s. troops home from iraq by the end of the year. earlier we spoke with secretary of state hillary clinton and about the death of moammar qaddafi. >> they wanted 15,000 troops in iraq next year. and the white house talked about 3000 to 5000. why is president obama pulling all of the troops out. >> put it in the appropriate historical context. president obam
of his death but it was not immediately available. >>> jj green joins us in studio to talk more about what has happened and what all this means good morning thanks for running over from top to join us. first of all, everything we said is that your understanding what happened there? >> yeah, in addition this photographic evidence they were talking about i did see a photograph this morning. >> you did. >> it is not confirmed it is gadhafi looks like him but you know photographs can be deceptive but i believe that is what they are referring to in terms of footage, of photographic evidence there is the understanding that this convoy was attacked he was part of this convoy, i have spoken with u.s. officials this morning who are slow to say anything about this saying it is too early to confirm or make statements but they are on the ground trying to figure out what this situation is. i understand as well, that there is some question about what type of nato asset it was that struck this convoy was it a drone, was it a u.s. drone, was it a plane exactly what it was but pretty much everything y
bridge early this wednesday morning. it is october 12th, 2011 now. glad you're with us bright and early at 5:00 a.m. maybe not so bright but dim early this morning. good morning. thank you for being with us. i'm steve chenevey. >> i'm sarah simmons. let's say good morning to tony perkins. he is in with the latest on a rainy, rainy day today. >> yes, we'll see some showers today. let's take a look at hd radar. you can see already this morning where we are seeing shower activity. it is just scattered around the region, all around the washington area, down to our south. not everybody is getting rain but there are showers scattered around. that is kind. the way it will be through the course of date today. it won't rain constantly all day long in any one location but there will be periods of rain. let's take a look at the temperatures. a mild start to the day. 65degrees right now here in washington. 63 at dulles airport. 64 in baltimore. fredericksburg is at 64. hags are up two, you are at 59 degrees this morning. forecast for today look like this. plenty of clouds around. a little bit coole
>> fox 5 all over three big stories off of the top tonight. homeward bound. thousands of u.s. troops pulling out of iraq in a matter of weeks. >>> young lives touched by tragedy. teammates of an 11-year-old found dead in the woods pause to honor his life and memory. >>> and a 10-year-old girl dragged into the woods and attacked. tonight, the man who came to her rescue talks to fox 5. >>> we're going to begin with the end of the war in iraq. good evening, everyone. i'm brian bolter. >> i'm maureen umeh in for shawn. president obama making the surprise announcement this afternoon. thousands of troops will be back home by the holidays. jennifer davis starts us off tonight. >> the troops in iraq will definitely be home for the holidays. >> reporter: the president declares an official end to the iraq war announcing he'll bring the 40,000 u.s. troops there home by the end of the year. >> tens of thousands of them will pack up their gear and board convoys for the journey home. after nearly 9 years, america's war in iraq will be over. >> reporter: the president made the announcement
shower and out towards columbia, most of us here just cloudcool temperatures, generally 50s. not done with rain yet, bigger picture out to the west, west virginia, greenyellows rolling in from the west more rain shower activity, so rain will be sort of on and off here throughout the day, bring along an umbrella and be ready for showers although it will not rain every minute as the storm system, spotty in nature. regan national, 58, 58 baltimore, 59 winchester, 63 fredericks burg expect highs in mid-60s lots of clouds around and again showers in the forecast, particularly during the morning hours i think things will lighten up later today lots and lots of cool air on the way, 5 day forecast i will have that for you coming up in a couple minutes. back upstairs to you. >>> thanks tuck day 4 of the lululemon murder trial in maryland, testimony expected to pick back up any time now. >> surprises during opening statements, fox 5s. stacy cohen live with more chef >> the trial just started with opening statements it has already been pretty dramatic montgomery county state's attorney
on the rainy conditions some of us are seeing. >> you got it rain throughout the day here on and off, it will be with us at times i think, evening commute still rain showers around be prepared for it, not going to rain all day, hd radar see shower activity, kind of hit and miss across the immediate washington area. watching the rain redevelop down towards charlottesville making a track to the north and east, down towards cull pepper, manassas, fort royal the rest of us will see on and off again rain showers. >> low pressure, off to our south and east, switch maps to viper see that shower activity watching showers redevelop, along an area of low pressure during the course of the day if we are getting a break now it doesn't mean we won't see periods of rain on and off during the course of the day and lingering into the night time hours. temperatures cool, 65 at regan national our highs today looking at mid-60s, humidity 84%, winds out of the north and east, 14, locking in the cool here is your forecast gain not going to rain all day periods of showers and rain,67 daytime high in washin
don on insurgents. secretary hilton told congress whole the u.s. are adversaries and allies, it's a relationship that is growing more complicated every day. since the afghanistan war began, the u.s. and pakistan have been uneasy allies. the fragile friendship is showing more signs of breaking down. >> we're all balancing the two realities. >> reporter: secretary of state hillary clintonel to congress pakistan's spy agency is supporting a terrorist group called the hakani network, attacking u.s. troops in pakistan and afghanistan from safe heavies in pakistan. >> pakistan's leadership must join us in squeezing thes in thework. >> reporter: while senior u.s. officials incests pakistan continues to harbor terrorists, the former president claims that pakistan is ino sent. >> i am 500% sure that i did not know, whether anyone believes it or not. >> reporter: in meetings with current pakistani leaders, she made it clear the u.s. will not tolerate anymore attacks on u.s. interests in afghanistan. >> i made it clear to the pakistanis that the attack on our embassy was an outrage. >> rep
that new terror plot busted. >> thanks for staying up late with us. i'm brian bolter. >> and i'm shawn yancy. the iranian government is being blamed for trying to -- a us citizen and texan resident is facing a number of charges. bob barnard is working the story in the newsroom. >> that was the picture of the saudi ambassador there, i want to clarify. at the heart of the government's case is an alleged plot by agents of the iranian government to murder the saudi arabbian ambassador to the us here in washington and to attack israeli embassies in washington and argentina. one of the two men charged in the case is apparently cooperating with the fbi. monseur arbsara is a 56-year-old us citizen, charged in court with trying to hire a mexican drug warrior with assassinating the ambassador to the united states. he was an informant to the dea. the terror plot included blowing up a restaurant in washington frequented by the ambassador and us senators. warned that 100 bystanders could be killed, he allegedly said, quote, no big deal. >> it reads like the pages of a hollywood script. the
: embassy staffers told us the said ambassador himself was in -- saudi ambassador was in meetings and this afternoon, the saudi government issued a statement thanking the united states from preventing a criminal act. if it had gone uncaught the plot would have followed up attacks at the saudi and israeli embassies. the target was the saudi ambassador to the u.s., adel al- jubeir. on october 29th, manssor arbabsiar, a 56-year-old iranian american was arrested at the jfkant following months of surveillance by u.s. officials. manssor arbabsiar is charged with trying to hire mexican drug cartels to kill the saudi ambassador with c-4 explosives and gun fore for $1.5 million. the plotters also wanted to then launch the attacks on the saudi and israeli embassies here in d.c. the charging documents say that the assassination may have occurred in an unnamed d.c. restaurant frequented by the ambassador and u.s. citizens. and the conspirators dismissed the fact that innocent bystanders could have been killed. >> -by-accused of working with members of the a
of fannie mae will joan us live. >>> the president what in los angeles last night for two fundraisers. he outlined his administration's accomplishments saying he has done about 60% of what he set out to do and other 40% he can wrap up in the next five years. >>> jury selection proving to be a bit difficult yesterday in the lululemon case. almost all of the potential jurors said she had heard of the case against brittany norwood. experts say the problem ever choosing a jury that is not partial is a big challenge. >> it is very difficult in any case if there has been publicity to put aside what you've heard or learned and certainly where air talk about a high profile case like this. it is extremely difficult. >> jury selection continues today. opening statements are expected tomorrow. >>> police still on the search if a hit and run driver who killed a pedestrian in northwest d.c. sunday. 32-year-old john young kim was dragged several yards and wound up in an alley near sixth street and florida avenue. neighbors say the driver may have turned into the alley to avoid traffic on florida avenue
. >>> british up and comer rummer will join us in studio her voice has been compared to legendary singers she will perform for us live. where you can hear her perform too. >>> she is all the rage right now in england. >> right. >> now making her way here we are excited to have her. >>> okay. >>> hey, tucker barnes is also with us, he is down stairs in the weather center keeping his eyes on what looks to be a beautiful day >> you got it tony should be absolutely glorious highs expected upper 60s light bright sun line no problems with rain and cool down -- sunshine, no problems with rain and cool down later this week. >>> we are cool 52 degrees regan national another cool one overnight 30s in a few spots hagerstown 48 degrees, 47 in baltimore, 52 at the naval air station, cool here for another hour or so once the sun gets a chance to warm up the atmosphere should be a beautiful afternoon, really want to emphasize how nice it will be later today. >>> sentinel satellite, and it is not your imagination if it looks quiet that is because it is. high pressure will be moving through, enjoy today, cha
austin jackson. >> tim: right on the money! again, mike napoli telling us that he loves to catch and not d.h. because then he is right in the middle of the action. and was he ever then. the tag at home plate. and now the throw to get jackson. >> joe: raburn with the bases empty fouls it. and the count 1-1. i don't know if napoli and mike scioscia his former manager with the angels always saw eye-to-eye. i think napoli wanted to be more the regular catcher with the angels, but he was taught by one of the better fundamentally schooled catchers in the game in mike scioscia. and the rangers are reaping the benefits of that. >> tim: i think mike scioscia from a teacher's standpoint and a manager's standpoint is about as good as it gets. that is not an easy pitch to throw. because your transfer has got to be longer. you make the one-handed catch inside. he has to bring the glove around. you have to have quick hands to do that. napoli got his man. >> joe: now the count is 3-1 on raburn. with the big guy on deck. two out, nobody on. raburn was taking, it looked like. it's a full count. g
and the accident has changed their lives and his nephew's. >> he talked to us, about god he got to us, reading the bible, you know, by himself, he regrets a lot over what happened you know, all the spanish community ... >> reporter: now sentencing in this case is scheduled february of next year, and the felony murder charge, that he was found guilty of today carries alone a maximum of 40 years in prison. defense argued today they considered this an accident there was no malicious intent he never intended to kill anyone during the accident but given his two prior dui convictions and arguments today, the judge did of course side with prosecution, defense is telling us today, lawyers are saying they do plan to likely appeal this case. that is the latest here in prince william county back to you. >> thank you. >>> now to the lululemon murder trial for the first time since testimony began the issue of motive was argued in court. the state attorney allowed the judge in the case to allow testimony shows jay that murray may have confronted brittany norwood over stolen merchandise but defense objected.
-mail us at >> the news edge on maryland tonight. prince georges county police are investigating an apparent murder/suicide. yet happened today at ray road and new hampshire avenue in tacoma park. all police can tell us is that a man and woman were shot to death and that it appears to be a murder/suicide. the victim's napes were not released and we're going to keep you posted as we learn more. >>> the victim in a hit-and-run in northwest has died. now, police are investigating this case as a homicide and they're looking for the driver of a maroon jeep liberty. the jeep hit 22-year-old miguel drooler jr. on 14th and webster street yesterday afternoon. the police believe the jeep might be a 2003 model, now possibly missing most of the front grill. call police if you have any inform a. >>> developing tonight -- information. >>> hundreds of protestors hit the streets of d.c. the second straight day and some are upset bot economy and believe that corporations and banks have too much influence on the government. some are demandin
>> good evening, i'm will thomas. thanks for joining us at 6. a local taxi cab driver is dead after a doomed ride in night. police say someone, possibly a passenger, shot and killed him in his own car on palm street and anacostia avenue in northeast. john henrehan has been working the story for us. what do you know? >> reporter: the shooting took place inside the d.c. border and close, it was the prince georges county cab driver who was killed. the neighborhood is called eastland gard knows. it lays between the aquatic gardens. dozens of service men and women spent the morning cleaning up part of the parkland. they saw at the corner of paups street in anacostia avenue, a prince georges county-based taxi cab that appeared to have quickly backed up over the curb ending up inside the park. minutes before 4:00 a.m., shocks rang out here. it appeared that two bullets struck the front windshield of the cab. the responding officers found an adult male driver unconscious with no since of life and pronounced dead. police say the apparent motive was robbery. the 67-year-old bo has driv
's hard for us to go to her room. she'll never be able to start kindergarten. i can't teach her how to put makeup o. we can't teach her how to drive. she won't have those milestones, she won't grow up. now, what does that say to the jury as they weigh their sentencing decision now? >> that shows the jury the impact in very few words what is going to be for a lifetime on this mother and father and the family. the death of a child is a tragedy and there is no winner irrespective of what the sentence is in this case. the jurors are going to fobs on their own experiences and what rit's like to have their own children and grandchildren and what it could be like to lose one of them. in terms of determining the appropriate sanction for this sort of conduct. i would not expect there to be a lot of time ecpended in the decision -- exended in the decision. i think most have discussed this about the decision of guilt first-degree murder is a major penalty. >> what we're talking about is a potential life sentence or as little as 20 years and arguing for a li
expires today. our own stacy cohen joins us live with more on that good morning. >> reporter: good morning if there is any imminent threat you cannot feel it here everybody is laid back, waking up, drinking coffee chatting about the day's events they are not planning on leaving they are staying put the permit did expire they have been here since thursday various marchs and rallies they have had lots of speakers some times very large attendance, this morning there is just a few dozen as the day gets started. they have different messages some are opposed to the war many opposed to corporate greed across the board people i talked to said they are willing to stay put even if that means being arrested >> i decided not to vote any more because it is a silly game that they play, to make us thing we have some input when in reality we have zero input. if you got money, then you got input. >>> the word occupy means occupy it doesn't mean you came and you did stay, one little thing happens you end up going to jail and then it is over no, you defeat your purpose my whole thing is that, once you commi
's a similar scene in forestville. fox5's sherri ly joining us with more. i guess we should stress these were preplanned. >> reporter: that's right. purely coincidence, tony. kind of ironic, though, that there is snow in the forecast. but here in prince george's county, not enough to plow through. but they are ready. we have the salt domes full. plows were out today hitting the streets to make sure they are ready when a real snowstorm hits. this morning's drill started around 4:00 a.m., about 200 snow plows went out, practicing their routes and testing equipment. the drill done the last friday every october, also allows them to spot pot holes and other problems early. this year prince george's county has added a gps system to all of its snow plows so they can tell which streets have been plowed and allocate their resources. inspectors will also have cameras in their cars to capture pictures of road conditions. if you saw a snow plow this morning, don't panic, no need to run to the store for toilet paper and bread. >> anybody give you funny looks this morning? >> you know they did. they want t
, coming offer a nice day yesterday. thank you for being with us nice and early on this thursday morning. i'm steve chenevey. >> i'm maureen umeh. welcome to fox 5 morning news. let's get a check of the weather which, as steve said, lepts a see if we can continue the trend. >> we will. -- let's see if we can continue the trend. >> we will. i think not quite as warm as yesterday. in the low 70s. let's show you a look at what is going on out there right now. we have a couple of clouds out there. you can see cloud cover up to particularly to the north. some clouds streaming through our area. we'll a -- have a few more clouds. it will be another dry start to the day and indeed another dry day. let's go to the graphics. current temperatures around the region, 56-degree in washington. 54 out at dulles airport. ocean city is at 62 degrees. that is nice. baltimore is at 48 degrees. and put it all together, the forecast for today looks like this. lots of sunshine afternoon a few clouds this morning. mild temperatures, today ranging from the upper 60s to low 70s. we think we'll get to 71 in the dis
air station in delaware. >>> here is a look at sentinel satellite radar we have clouds over us, high, thin variety, they are filtering the sun or will filter sunshine. and we will see a pleasant day today, that rainfall that you see down there to the south does not impact us today but overnight tuesday into wednesday it starts to move in and then wednesday should be a wet and rainy day for today, warm, sun with some clouds, look for a high today into the upper 70s, yet again. another nice day across the region. that is a look at what is happen being the weather more on what is happening with julie wright. >>> you are not the only one who can serve up a pretty picture. >> oh. >> no, you are not. v dot just moved my pretty picture. >> my plan came to fruition. >>> it was really pretty, zoomed in, a nice shot of the sunrise, beautiful unfortunately v dot moved the camera on me. if you have to make a trip into work there is not many of you that do so it is an easy commute leaving fair oaks, the belt way is running smoothly, southbound along 270 out of german town, lanes are open. it is a
of us after the game had to get outside and walk around and decome press perfect weather for that today we will have a nice day as well. bus stop forecast, partly sunny skies this morning cool temperatures ranging from mid- and upper 50s to low 60s sunrise officially occurs, 18 minutes from now. temperatures across the region, 60s here, 61 degrees washington 60 baltimore, 61 fredericks burg to the west 50, 59 dulles airport, 55 winchester, forecast today, clouds hanging around this morning, give way to mostly sunny skies later, temperatures in the 70s. 70 german town, 74 in fredericks burg, 73 in the nations capitol that is a look at what is happening with the weather now back to you steve and alison. >> we have a traffic alert before we get to julie wright for drivers in maryland. >> an accident forced closure of lanes alan town road in suit land. stacy good morning. >> reporter: good morning to you i can tell you it is quite a mess they are cleaning up out here, take a look behind me you can see a massive pile of lumber, tractor trailer carrying all that lumber heading northbound bran
is dominating she is keeping us in the cool of things, chilly weekend and start to your day let's look at your maps, 49 degrees, national airport, 46 dulles, 45 degrees at baltimore airport, you want to bundle up take a lock at the mid- atlantic, temperatures into the 40s. 60 cape hatteras, 63 norfolk exception, 50 new york, because pretty much everywhere it is into the 40s and chilly for sure. satellite radar composite showing you we have plenty of cloud coverage pesky low coverage system leaving us not only with the clouds but also showers quick look at radar for you, our fox 5 live doppler radar will show you some areas are seeing a little bit of light rainfall not all that much but there is some out there and some of it will be spotty throughout the course of the day. back to our weather maps, a look at your planner, cool conditions, rain it won't be a total wash out keep your eyes to the sky later part of the day into the evening we expect to see more rain moving in dreary not the greatest but the 5 day forecast is offering a lot of promise i will have those details later. back to you. >>
heard last night, law enforcement is telling us we can stay for another four months. there is a lot of enthusiasm for the message. >>> well, they want to share this space we are told, they agreed other events long planned for the freedom plaza space protestors agreed to make way and allow other things to continue to happen here as long as they stay orderly and do not destroy the property they will be left alone we are told. as far as marchs or other spontaneous events with this group or the occupy dc group, remains to be seen but we could be in it for the long haul. >>> thank you. >>> now the protestors that sparked the new anti greed movement will be allowed to stay in a lower manhattan park mayor bloomberg announced occupy wall street will be there indefinitely as long as they obey the law this comes with a cost the police department says they spent $2 million mostly in overtime to patrol the protest area, during recent weeks. >>> new this morning a passenger stabs a metro bus driver in montgomery county it began midnight when someone reported the suspect, a 52-year- old man was e
>>> looking forward to that. meanwhile tucker barnes standing by in the weather center to tell us what we have in store today. >> cool start temperatures 50s. should be a nice finish highs expected back in low 70s a few more clouds than yesterday all in all a dry one let's look at current conditions nice overnight, starting off cool, 57 now, in washington regan national, 50 winchester, 54, cooler than yesterday, 58 ocean city satellite radar together let you know we are starting the day with cloud cover you can see it across the area, high, thin cirrus clouds, filtered sunshine, and we will be more along the lines of partly sunny than later this afternoon out to the west storminess to the south down into florida tropical moisture, two areas of disturbed weather going to gang up on the washington area and bring us rounds of showers during the day tomorrow until then should be a decent day today dry weather expected this afternoon high temperatures, 72 washington 69 german town, wall door of partly sunny -- wall door of, partly sunny conditions expected. >>> thank you. >>> top story
's death. >> we actually had a conversation with jayna when she was helping us at the store and it was unbelievable. like someone that you talked to a month ago is now dead. i was shocked. >> reporter: the store was closed for several weeks after the murder and renovated before it reopened. even so, it will be hard for people to forget what happened here. >> it was really scary to see in bethesda. so top of mind for everyone around here. >> reporter: prosecutors say they have plenty of forensic evidence against norwood who they believe killed murray after she found stolen merchandise in norwood's bag. strongest evidence against norwood may be recordings of her repeatedly changing her story, possibly to cover her tracks. many said they planned to follow the trial to friday and make sense of it all. >> it is a horrendous crime, coworkers, should have been some type of intervention. i doubt if it was an instant impulsive act. >> it is like my age and just so freaky and weird and i have been reading about it in the paper but i am curious to see what is going on with it. >> repor
. they believe they searched the area before and he wasn't there. joining us now, thank you very much. sheriff tony from caroline county working closely with hanover county. sheriff, first of all, five days later the hope was justified. >> well, you know, never give up, that's it. have faith. have hope. pray, i know the family. i know the grandmother very well. she works for us for a little bit of time. i know her better than i do the mother. i told her every day. i said norma jean, we're going to find robert. >> have you spoken to them? >> i have not gotten ahold of norma because i got the call around 2:00 or so. he said we have a spotting. we spot him. but yes, they found, they think he has been spotted and i came from caroline county down. we join together, we were there. we were there and we saw little robert. >> how is he? how was he? >> well, the best thing that we could have seen and which we did see, he was looking at us. you could see those blue eyes looking at you. i said how are you? you could see his eyes move. you knew he was coherent. >> how did he seem to you? >> he seeme
and hailed the death as a success of his administration's for men policy. >> without putting a single u.s. service member on the ground, we achieved our objectives and our nato mission will soon come to an end. >> reporter: rebels celebrate a major victory. gadhafi's dead said secretary of state hillary clinton clears the way for libya to move forward. >> that is one more obstacle removed from being able to get on with the business of announcing a government and try to unify the country. >> reporter: for 42 years moammar gadhafi, an old nemesis of the united states kept a strangle hold on power. that grip slipped as democracy protests swept the middle east. >> gadhafi probably would not have met this end in the same way had the united states not been involved military. >> reporter: the kato institute said libya's new government needs to win the confidence of libyans themselves. >> the most important thing is for the united states not to have their fingerprints on this government more than it does. >> reporter: as middle east dictators have fallen this year, the most violent end was reserv
can begin. prosecutors had a minor set back, photos they wanted to use during opening statements the judge ruled too gruesome to be displayed to the jury in opening statements this of course the trial is of 29-year- old brittany norwood accused of killing her coworker jana murray back in march it started as an argument in which murray accused norwood of stealing merchandise from the store now photo that is were going to be displayed were of the crime scene specifically of jana murray's body who was beaten with multiple objects and the judge thought they were simply too graphic only a couple will be allowed to be used in opening statements one of murray's college roommates stopped by to check out the action in the courtroom. >> i do grieve not just for my friend's family but as well the other because it was a horrible thing what happened, and as much as i am very sad and angry and emotional about it, um, i have been praying and thinking that something good will happen. >> it will be interesting to hear the prosecutions opening statements certainly what everybody is anxious to unco
>>> this is fox 5 news at 10:00. >>> the snow may be over for most of us, but the affects of the early winter storm are still in full effect. >>> an arrest in the murder of a howard university student. we have an emotional one on one with the victim's girlfriend. >> and a way to find out how much it's going to cost you to send your kid to college. we test out the out of pocket calculator. >> thanks for joining us this saturday night, i'm maurine. >> and i'm will thomas. we will kick things off in the weather center. a wild weather day, snow in october, what's going on? >> absolutely. it was really not supposed to happen this way. it was a storm that hit just about all of our area with some wet snow, accumulating snow. a little bit of rain fall. very uncommon. we went from a trace to some areas in the district to 14 inches out in west virginia. take a look at the radar. the good news is, it is starting to move its way out, but new england is getting pounded. you can see behind it, we are dealing with much more. except maybe some cloud coverage. >> and temperature is an
of sterling. he worked for a company based in dulles. the indictment said that the men hid the money by using fake companies in the u.s. and overseas. >> the indictment also alleges that in regret months, the conspirators were working together to steer a new $780 million contract to a company of their choice to funnel no one a similar scheme as themselves. >> reporter: earlier today, the fbi searched more than a dozen likes, seizing luxury cars and other items. prosecutors say 25 bank accounts containing millions of dollars were frozen. the four men were arrested today and it's unclear at this hour if they made it into court for their first appearances before a federal magistrate judge. >> how did the scheme work and who uncovered this? >> reporter: the scheme was uncovered by the fbi. this is very, very complicated. the indictment claims this carrie kahn used two companies. one that was unnamed in the indictment to kick back money directly to him through phony invoices. the riches are listed as cash, furnishings for his home, renovations for multiple properties, flat screen televisions and c
stopped short of a victory dance. >> we came, we saw, he died. >> reporter: while the u.s. worked with libyan rebels to get rid of qaddafi, it's unclear if the goals of the two countries will mesh as well moving forward. >> libya will travel a long and winding road to full democracy. there will be difficult days ahead. >> reporter: the acting prime minister in libya says he will step down to make way for new leadership. but it's unclear who will take the reins, as fears of a civil war among libya's various factions threatens the country's future. >> looking ahead, we should do whatever is necessary to make sure the successor regime doesn't slide back into anti- western authorityism. >> reporter: qaddafi died begging for the life of himself and his son. he is expected to be buried in an unmarked grave, but that will be delayed due to an investigation of the circumstances of his death. >> qaddafi was hated for a lot of atrocities among his people, but he is behind one against americans. the bombing of pan am flight 103. >> audrey barnes spoke with two local mothers whose children we
. we it is wednesday morning. we are halfway through the week. glad you're with us. good morning. i'm steve chenevey. >> i'm sarah simmons. welcome to fox 5 morning news. let's check in with tony perkins now. it is just nasty today. >> we've got the rain in here early this morning. there are areas of heavy rain as you said and some pooling on some of the roadways too. we got a lot to deal with this morning. let's start with hd radar. we'll show you where the precipitation is as we speak. not everybody is getting it but most of you are right now. all across the washington metropolitan area, you can see it in green there. the areas where you are seeing some of the yellow colors, that is where we have heavier rainfall at this hour including in northwest washington and just out to the west and southwest as well. and then south and west of manassas, dale city, places like that. seneca valley he were apark, a little narrow band of heavy rain coming through there. portions of eastern maryland, chesapeake bay aren't getting rain at this point but you will a little bit later. right now, curr
shadowed by the scandals. >> reporter: council member jack evans used the strongest language, saying the rules should be clear. if a council member violates them, they lose their seat. >> and what are the penalties for violating the laws? you can't legislate and say someone has to be honest, you know and that is inherent in people in the government. and if they're not, the penalty has to be severe enough that they can't sib longer. >> reporter: the creation of an educations enforcement board. stronger control over constituent funds and tomorrow limits and a rule council members can't have outside work. >> i view the hearing as an duped for the city and for all of us to have a fresh start in a new deal. i think we need to view this as where we want to be five, 10, 15, 20 years down the road. >> reporter: couple chairman brown who is under -- council chairman brown who is under federal investigation, tapped part of the meeting. although he's been criticized for the fully loaded suv and ising investigated for alleged campaign violations, he said he support ons -- supports new strong eth
arabia's ambassador to the u.s. >>> taking a look outside at wisconsin avenue early on this wednesday morning. it is october 12th. it's rany start to the day. nothing too heavy right now with you it will be wet out there t will be around most of the day. just a heads up. good morning. thank you for waking up with fox 5 morning news. i'm steve chenevey. >> i'm sarah simmons. let's say good morning to tony perkins. he is in with the latest on our weather. nothing we can't handle. >> that is absolutely the case. that is how i look at it. let's take a look at what is going o we'll start with vipir. across the region, we are seeing some showers and plenty of cloud cover as well. it is a pretty wide area of rain and there are many spots where the rain is heavy but not here in the washington area. all of the heavy precipitation is showing up off to the west. there are a few bits to the south as well. we'll see some of this fill in again as the day progresses. rain showers off and on during the course of the day today. i'm not really expecting much in the way of heavy rain. it will be mainl
it in an interview with us earlier this year. >> i feel comfortable in the past half century i've helped to make being gay much, much better now than it was then. >> it's not possible to understate his impact on human rights. >> reporter: d.c. council member jim graham was a close friend who spoke with camady just last week. graham served on the city council as an openly gay man for years and he says he owes his way of life, even his seat on the council, to the efforts made by frank camady. >> i've been elected, reelected three times by my constituents with full knowledge of who i am and that couldn't have happened without the pioneering efforts of frank. >> reporter: camady fought against not nazis in world war ii. he was educated at harvard university. when he was fired from the army service in 1957 for being gay, he led the first gay right protest outside the white house and even petitioned the supreme court. >> he fought harder than anyone i know and he really taught all of us the universal lesson that the greatest really tool in our arsenal, the greatest resource we have in terms of moving
.m. on this wednesday morning glad you are with us i am steve chenevey. >> i am alison seymour the latest on our forecast from tony perk kins. >>> good -- perkens. >>> good morning to you. >>> good morning to you. good morning everybody, rain showers this morning take the umbrella with you. it is not pouring rain but there are scattered showers. take a look let's start with showing you our first map there you go you can see the shower activity now. we have been seeing mostly light and moderate rain it does look like maybe there are areas of heavy rain, spilling in down to the south well off to the west and west earn maryland, garrett county, places like that pushing into pennsylvania, maybe a little activity down to the south we watched that move and it is dissipating. more of the same. here is a look at temperatures across the region, 65 degrees now in washington, 63 baltimore, dulles airport 63 degrees, ocean city, 66 winchester, 59. forecast today, plenty of clouds across the region, periods of rain today, a little breezy this morning and a coastal flood advisory in effect for parts of the ar
. glad you're with us this morning. i'm steve chenevey. >> i'm sarah simmons. welcome to fox 5 morning news. a lot of people may not be looking to saturday. it will be crazy in the weather department. >> are the weather people allowed in here. >> can you come in. >> i cooperate believe it when i woke up and tucker is telling me this. >> we expected this, the cold air to work its way in here and so it has. today will be a cool day as expected. the most interesting thing obviously about the forecast is we are talking about some snow for some of our viewers for tomorrow. that is rather extraordinary for late october. we'll get to that in a moment. let's take a look at the current sentinel radar. you can see across our region, we had precipitation yesterday, of course, as expected. there is some precip showing up in southwestern portions of virginia according to this particular radar image. i'm not certain that is anything of any significance. tucker and i will chat about that a little bit later on. looks like this may be some moisture there. more rainfall and precipitation well out to the
:00. >>> thanks for staying with us, burglars were hitting houses in broad daylight in takoma park, maryland. now police are trying to stop the trend. fox 5's audrey barnes talked to officers and residents about how they are making sure they are not the next victim. nicole, who asked us not to use her last name knows exactly how thieves broke into her home. >> my daughter was cooking and the house, something burned. the house filled up with smoke, so she opened up the windows and left it cracked. >> a thief got in through that open window, took the family's laptop and fled. similar crimes have been happening all over takoma park. 14 break ins last month. most of the thieves got in through open windows or they broke them to get in. but at least two burglars went in through the front door. >> the kicking in of the doors during the day. they are going in, targeting electronics and things that they can sell. >> that's a good boy. >> councilwoman thinks the family pet makes her home less attractive to thieves. she is also urging her neighbors to look around their homes to see where they are vulne
caught. >> reporter: the law exempts using gps or texting 911, but if you were caught more than once, the fine goes up to $110. eleanor price hopes the fine will change attitudes. >> well, let's put it this way. if people are going to text, they'll text anyway, $70 or not and hopefully they don't get caught, but maybe if they get enough of them, it will make them think about it. >> reporter: maryland state police really mean business. don't expect any slack. although this is the first weekend the law is in effect, if you're caught texting and driving, don't expect a warning. there's a strong likelihood you'll get a $70 ticket. in bethesda, matt ackland, fox 5 news. >>> a former culpeper county deputy accused of assaulting an inmate at the jail. alma brown is one of five deputies fired charged with misdemeanor assault. police say the inmate was allegedly beaten in custody. a hearing is scheduled for monday. >>> tonight new details in the vet of a war vet and george washington university graduate student. police now call the case a homicide. witnesses say someone hit patrick casey in t
to the store after hours. joining us to talk about the trial is former prince george's county prosecutor and state's attorney glenn ivey. glenn, thanks for joining us this evening. >> thanks for having me. >> let's talk about this defense admission, an opening statement that question, brittany norwood killed jayna murray. what are we to make of that? >> apparently the defense decided that the evidence was not to try and challenge the fact that the defendant committed the murder but instead to attack the issue of premeditation. the logic there is if they went on that point, you would end up with a second degree murder conviction which would have a maximum of a 30-year jail sentence as opposed to a potential life sentence for a first degree murder conviction. >> clearly the state, montgomery county, wants life in prison for brittany norwood and obviously wouldn't make a plea deal. so it happens this way? >> yeah. don't know what the plea negotiations were. i assume that they had some fairly extensively. why it didn't come together, perhaps the defendant didn't want to plead guilty or maybe
now. >>> it is 5:00 on this wednesday morning as we take a look at the u.s. capitol dome. october26th, winding down the month of october already. thank you for being with us this morning. i'm steve chenevey. >> i'm sarah simmons. welcome to fox 5 morning news. let's say good morning to tucker barnes. he has latest on our weather us for. >> it is you and not tony at 5:00 a.m. >> tone yes not here yet. he is coming. >> he is on his way. >> i just realized -- >> tony had an event last night and he was here late. he will be in in a little bit. we have more cloud cover moving in. yesterday, we were in the upper 60s. today, we'll be about 70 or so so it should be a beautiful day temperature-wise. you see the white there is cloud cover off to the north and west into ohio and northwest pennsylvania. that will slip down into the region. first, it will bring us clouds. eventually, it will bring us some showers tonight and tomorrow. the cooler air will move in behind it. high temperatures will only be the low 50s by friday and with a coastal storm on saturday, we'll struggle to get to 50 degree
. >>> and the controversial hpv vaccine could be used on a new group of patients. why some say the drug is necessary for boys. this is going straight to dr. oz at 5:30. >> and if it could stay like this a few more days. it will. a first look at the forecast in just a few minutes. >>> and it was a nice one indeed. fox 5 news at 5 is coming back.  >> we want to get back to the breaking story out of southeast d.c. arrests in a murder aboard a metro bus. the violent act played out in southeast last week. tonight, two suspects sit in a florida jail cell. wisdom martin is live with that story tonight. wisdom what, do you know? >> reporter: we do know at this point the police do have two suspects in custody. they are, they did catch them in florida. those suspects have been identified by police as 21 year old vincent gray and 22-year- old atkinson. both of washington, d.c., they are both in custody in connection with the murder of 22-year-old thomas. it was october 20th at 12:08 in the morning when thomas was here at the bus stop. when he was fatally shot on alabama avenue southeast. the police did have surveillan
problems too especially coming up from the south wednesday morning october 19th, glad you are with us, welcome to fox 5 morning news i am steve chenevey. >>> a wet start on this wednesday morning tony perkens joining us with the latest. >> good morning everybody. rain showers across most of the region this morning, we've had some spots of heavy will continue see heavy rain through the course of the day most of you are seeing rain not a lot in the way of heavy rain this little band from alexandria, south ward to dale city, east to the cambridge area. we have some areas where there is not much in the way of rainfall annapolis, not raining there. and baltimore not raining at the moment. current temperatures around the region, in the 60s. regan national airport we have a temperature, 61 degrees, relative humidity 97% winds out of the northwest at 5 miles per hour. here is your day planner, periods of rain, maybe thunderstorms this afternoon and evening, we will -- let's get this moving here. we will see showers and maybe thunderstorms later on, temperatures in the 60s. that is a look at w
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